CBS News went to the Supreme Court on Tuesday, asking Justice Harry Blackmun to overturn a South Dakota court's injunction against tonight's episode of "48 Hours."
The owner of a CBS affiliate in Orlando intends to ask a federal court today to force the FCC to act on a longstanding petition calling for elimination of the primetime access rule.
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Second-quarter revenues and earnings more than doubled at Trimark Holdings Inc. as the company boosted both the quantity and commercial quality of its homevid releases.
Takeover talks between U.K. television companies Granada Group Plc and bid target LWT (Holdings) Plc have collapsed, the Financial Times newspaper said Tuesday. The paper said the failure would…
The FCC is expected to announce Tuesday it is extending a freeze on cable TV rate hikes beyond Feb. 15.
After sustaining major damage in the Jan. 17 earthquake, MTM is moving out of its longtime home at CBS' Studio City lot.
Canadian Radio-Television and Telecommunications Commission head Keith Spicer met with Attorney General Janet Reno and FCC chairman Reed Hundt Monday to discuss the CRTC's tough new TV violence code.
B.O. muscle, growth in music sales and cable subs, and a healthier ad market pumped Time Warner Inc.'s fourth-quarter cash flow to a record $ 760 million, up almost 3% from a year ago as…
Still reeling from Thursday’s announcement of network-funded ratings-gathering experiments, A.C. Nielsen Co. took another hit Friday when Chicago-based Information Resources Inc. announced its…
If there ever was a symbiotic relationship between the entertainment industry and state politicians, it's now, as Los Angeles struggles to recover from last month's devastating earthquake.
Things are looking increasingly bleak for Barry Diller in his seeminly endless quest to acquire Paramount Communications Inc.